How will I be charged for my move?
The total amount due will be comprised of two factors, labor and travel. Labor is calculated by the amount of hours your move takes from start to finish. Travel is calculated by the distance between our Terminal and the starting point, as well as the distance between ending point back to our Terminal.
What are your rates?
Two man crew = $80/hour
Three man crew = $110/hour
Four man crew = $150/hour
Five man crew = $190/hour
Do you have an hourly minimum?
We have a 2.5 hour minimum for all jobs.
Are you Licensed and Insured?
Yes. We are Licensed and Insured
What method of payment do you accept?
Cash, Certified Check, Credit Card.
Personal Check and American Express are not accepted.
How much should I tip?
Tips are given at your discretion.
Moving with pets?
Pre-planning for the transfer of your pet, as well as for your household goods, should begin as soon as you know you are going to move. Consider:
• NY State Laws and Regulations
• Pet Identification
• Familiar Surroundings
• Vet Visit
Can you give an estimate over the phone?
A real moving estimate needs to be given on the premises. Anything short of that is more of a guess.
8. Will I be charged for materials such as tape, shrink wrap, and blankets?
No! We do not charge for any materials that are typically used throughout the course of a move.
However, if you hire us for packing services, there will be separate charge for materials.
Do my appliances need special attention?
The moving crew will wrap these items in moving blankets to protect them on the truck. However, you should make certain that your dishwasher, microwave, and washing machine are empty.
Do you offer Storage? Interstate moving?
No, we do not currently offer these services.
Are my belongings insured while they are being moved?
Most renter’s and homeowner’s insurance policies do not cover your belongings while they are in transit.
What should I do with hazardous items?
Even professional movers cannot move hazardous or combustible items such as propane tanks, firearms, paint, and aerosols, as the pressure in the back of the truck could cause these items to explode or catch on fire, risking enormous damage to the rest of your items. It may be better to dispose of such dangerous items than to try and move them to your new home. Additionally, be certain to empty the fuel out of any gas-operated items (such as a lawnmower or snow blower) prior to moving
What cant be move from old home to my new destination?
Flammable or explosive materials such as fireworks, cleaning solutions, propane tank, alcohol/oil based products, paints, etc.
Guns and ammunition
Frozen or Perishable Food
Jewelry, watches, money, or stamps. Take valuables in your personal vehicle.